The department of business is another popular choice at PUC and is often combined with the pre-medical program as students seek a well-rounded college experience.
PUC’s department of business prepares students for careers in all facets of the business world with practical training and multiple specialties to pursue. No matter what business program you choose, you will be equipped with problem solving and interpersonal skills that prepare you for graduate school, and the challenges of the workplace beyond.
- B.B.A., Emphasis in Accounting
- B.B.A., Emphasis in Finance
- B.B.A., Emphasis in Healthcare Management
- B.B.A., Emphasis in International Business
- B.B.A., Emphasis in Management
- B.B.A., Emphasis in Marketing
- B.A. or B.S. in Business Administration
- B.S. in Computer Information Systems
- B.S. in Management for Medical Professionals
- M.B.A., Business Administration
A Student’s Perspective
“I decided to major in business mostly due to the advice of many physicians that are members of my home church who all wished they had taken business classes when they were in college. After graduating from PUC and medical school, I hope to use my business management degree to help start up my own pediatric clinic. I feel confident the skills I will have gained during my time at PUC will prepare me well as I look toward my career.” — Kenneth Grae McKelvie, sophomore, honors student
- Of PUC’s departments, the department of business consistently graduates the largest number of students with bachelor’s degrees.
- The department of business gives out over $10,000 in business student scholarships every year.
- The curriculum for all business degrees has recently has been updated and revised and internships are now required for all degrees, helping equip students with real-world experience to succeed after graduation.
- The Enactus Club engages in social entrepreneurship, utilizing entrepreneurship skills developed in business classes for service learning projects. Local businesses have recently implemented a number of suggestions from these projects.
- Distinguished business department alumnus Loree K. Sutton, ’81, earned the rank of brigadier general in the U.S. Army in 2005. Less than 1% of all general officers in the Army ever earn this title. She has also received numerous awards, including the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Order of Military Merit and the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
What You Can Do With This Major
With a business degree from PUC, your career path options are endless. Here is just a short list of some of the many opportunities available to graduates.
- Fraud examination
- Human resources
- Law firm associate
- Real estate
- Small business owner
- Stock brokering
Learn more about the department of business at puc.edu/academics. Our team of admissions counselors can answer any questions you have about PUC’s business programs, or the other majors the college offers. Call (800) 862-7080, option 2 or email email@example.com to get connected with a counselor now and start learning about all the options available to you!